Complex : The Attitude Era of the WWE is looked at as one of the most, if not the most exciting era for the WWE, and when it became edgier. Do you find it ironic that you weren’t a part of the organization at that point, even though you might have driven the corporation to that?
Paul Heyman: I don’t find it ironic at all because I was too busy setting the trends and demonstrating the way for the entire industry to go. Most visionaries and revolutionaries don’t get to participate in the benefits of their concepts. They show others the way and that is the cost of coming up with your own ideas. People that are far better distributed and far better funded are going to take it on a bigger platform than you can and make far more money than you do on it.